Three Days at Gettysburg: Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership

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Index
Page numbers for illustrations are in italics.
Alabama units, 100-101; 3d Infantry, 95-97, 105-6; 5th Infantry, 91, 95-96, 98; 6th Infantry, 98; 12th Infantry, 92, 97-98
Albertson, Jonathan, 247-48
Alexander, E. Porter, 27, 31, 246, 248, 261, 272-83, 277; on grand strategy of Con- federacy, 5-6, 9; on Lee, 117-18, 125-27, I29; and Longstreet, 151, 158-59, 253
Allan, William, 29-30, 38-39, 43, 114-15
Ames, Adelbert, 47, 49, 61-62, 65
Anderson, George T., 220-22
Anderson, Richard H., 19, 22, 32-34, 37-38, 121, 210, 215
Antietam. See Sharpsburg, Md.
Archer, James J., 35, 76-78, 81, 83, 87-89
Armistead, Lewis A., 256-57, 257
Army of Northern Virginia: after Gettys- burg, 73; artillery in, 270-73; Lee's movements of, 33, 39; morale of, 109-10, I28-29; reorganization of, 26, 32, 72-73, 77; strength of, 8, 72, 126-28; supply for, 4, 20
Army of the Potomac, 8, II, 22, 126-28, 243; and Chancellorsville, 3-4, 44-45, I35-36; Lee's reconnaissance about, I2-17, 32-34; and the Peach Orchard, I45-46; Politics of, 45, 135-37, 143-45; reorganization of, 45, 135-37, 143, 285-87
Army of Virginia, 45
Artillery, 59, 186-87, 211; on Culp's and Cemetery Hills, 22, 59, 65; duels, 91-92, I86-87, 237-41; of Eleventh Corps, 55,
62-63; and infantry, 55, 201, 209; at Peach Orchard, 139-40, 142; and Pickett's Charge, 270-83, 284-305
Artillery Reserve, 285-87, 289, 291-93, 300
Avery, Isaac E., 63
Aylett, William R., 262
Ayres, Romeyn B., 224-26
Babcock,John C., 234-35
Bachelder, John B., 81
Baird, Edward R., 263, 265
Baltimore Pike, 66, 177-78, 181-82, 185, I92-93, 109, 200-201
Barksdale, Cullen, 261
Barksdale, William, 225
Barlow, Francis Channing, 46-49, 48, 52-53, 56-57, 59-63, 68-69
Barnes, James, 210, 223-25
Barry, William F., 285
Bates, Samuel, 176
Battle, Cullen A., 94, 164
Baxter, Henry, 92, 101, 104
Belo, Alfred H., 82, 86
Benner's Hill, 177-78, 186
Benning, HenryL., 163, 222
Berdan, Hiram, 140-42
Beringer, Richard E., 8-9
Biddle, James C., 238, 240
Bigelow, John, 192
Bingham, Daniel, 214, 221
Bingham, Henry H., 239, 256
Birney, David Bell, 138, 140, 210-II, 232-33, 288
Black Horse Tavern, 118, 138

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